Kuliukas AV, 2000. Bipedal Wading in Hominoidae past and present. (Masters Thesis) UCL:1-104.

Kuliukas AV, 2002. Wading for Food: The Driving Force of the Evolution of Bipedalism? Nutrition and Health 16:267-289.

Kuliukas AV, Milne N, Fournier PA, 2009. The relative cost of bent-hip bent-knee walking is reduced in water. Homo. 60:479-488.

Kuliukas, AV 2011. A Wading Component in the Origin of Hominin Bipedalism. In: Vaneechoutte, M , Verhaegen, M , Kuliukas, AV (eds.), (2011). Was Man More Aquatic In The Past? Fifty Years After Alister Hardy: Waterside Hypothesis Of Human Evolution. Bentham (Basel)

Kuliukas AV, Morgan E, 2011. Aquatic scenarios in the thinking on human evolution: What are they and how do they compare?. In: Vaneechoutte M, Verhaegen M, Kuliukas AV, (eds.), (2011). Was Man More Aquatic In The Past? Fifty Years After Alister Hardy: Waterside Hypotheses Of Human Evolution. Bentham (Basel.)

Kuliukas AV, 2011. Langdon’s Critique of the Aquatic Ape Hypothesis: It’s Final Refutation, or Just Another Misunderstanding?. In: Vaneechoutte M, Verhaegen M, Kuliukas AV, (eds.), (2011). Was Man More Aquatic In The Past? Fifty Years After Alister Hardy: Waterside Hypothesis Of Human Evolution. Bentham (Basel.)

Kuliukas, AV, 2013. Wading Hypotheses of the Origin of Human Bipedalism. Human Evolution 28 (3-4):213-236.

Kuliukas, AV, 2014. Removing the “hermetic seal” from the Aquatic Ape Hypothesis: Waterside Hypotheses of Human Evolution. Advances in Anthropology 4:164-167.

Kuliukas AV, Kuliukas LJ, Flavel A, Franklin D, 2015. Female Pelvic Shape: Distinct Types or Nebulous Cloud? ~ A Preliminary Re-Evaluation of the Caldwell-Moloy (1933). British Journal of Midwifery 23 (7):490-496,

Kuliukas AV, 2016 A Wading Component in the Origin of Hominid Bipedalism. (PhD Thesis) UWA: 1-313.